A northeastern Kentucky center teacher was captured recently after purportedly employing somebody to murder his mom, Kentucky State Police said, as indicated by WSAZ.
Billy G. Reynolds, 41, was a transport driver for Carter County Schools and filled in as a specialized curriculum instructor at West Carter Middle School in Olive Hill, Superintendent Ronnie Dotson said. Court records say that Reynolds consented to enlist somebody, recognizes as a collaborating observer, for $10,000 and gave the individual a retainer expense.
WSAZ detailed that police found out about the plot on January 15, and he was captured on Thursday. Reynolds is being hung on a $750,000 bond and is required to be charged on Wednesday, the Lexington Herald-Leader said.
Police have not uncovered a thought process in the homicide for-recruit plot, yet court records show that Reynolds’ mom sued him last November. As indicated by court records, the Louisville Courier Journal detailed, Reynolds’ folks had arranged a deed in 1993 that would pass on their property to the endless supply of their demises. However, the Lexington paper said, they never recorded that deed.
At the point when Reynolds’ dad kicked the bucket a year ago, the Courier-Journal said, Reynolds supposedly took that administrative work and attempted to guarantee the property for himself. As indicated by the Herald-Leader, he recorded a deed that gave the property only to him while leaving his mom with a “day to day existence home” that would allow her to live there.
Reynolds’ lawyers wrote in their reaction to the suit that the dad had advised him to record the deed. The Courier-Journal said state police are as yet researching the homicide for-enlist plot.